The Stake.us new streaming platform – Kick.com – is now up and running. The service looks to provide more competition for rival streaming sites, such as Twitch. It’s already picked up plenty of famous streaming fans, including the likes of Trainwreck, Rothstein and Xposed.
The Stake Kick streaming platform will be similar to other streaming sites, but it will allow gamers to incorporate elements of gambling into their streams. This gambling integration is in contrast with Twitch, which recently banned anything linked with betting or casino gaming on its streaming platform.
This new casino streaming platform is the latest project from the team behind Stake.com and EasyGo. The team have offices in Europe and Australia and they hope that the Stake Kick streaming platform will rise to become the leading content provider in the gambling industry.
Many in the industry are seeing Kick as offering a casino streaming Twitch alternative. This is backed up by the fact that the Stake.us new streaming platform features a much more generous revenue split.
This split would see broadcasters on Kick receiving 95% of the streaming revenue: an amount that dwarfs the 30% offered by Twitch. Whilst some doubt the long-term viability of this approach, it has certainly got people talking.
Offering such a large revenue split would clearly make the Kick new live streaming platform much more attractive to gamers. This is something that has already brought many famous streamers to the Stake Twitch alternative.
Tyler ‘Trainwreck’ Nicram is the most visible endorsee of Kick. The influencer has over 2.1 million followers who watch his casino gaming content, and with Stake having Trainwreck Kick streaming, it should get the platform off to a successful start.
Other popular streamers who have given their seal of approval to Kick include Roshtein – real name, Ishmail Schwartz. The Swedish gambling streamer said that Kick would have a lot to offer. There was even a Roshtein Kick stream where he answered questions and played online slots.
Elsewhere, there’s expected to be an Xposed Kick stream, as the gamer noted that the platform would be the final landing spot for all gambling streams. This was backed up by Xposed hosting a special $10,000 giveaway to promote the new streaming platform.
It’s too early to say how Kick will perform in the increasingly competitive streaming marketplace. That said, the brand has already mentioned that it will carry out daily updates to improve its functionality. The fact that Kick will be hosting gambling-related streams makes it a viable alternative to other streaming platforms like Twitch. It’s going to be fascinating to see where it goes from here.
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